Sailor Ted meets at the Lonely Hearts Club of his friend Gunny's wife, Jenny, a girl, Nora Paige, and falls in love. Nora wants to become a dancer on Broadway. Ted rescues the Pekinese of Lucy James, a Broadway star during a public relations campaign on his submarine. Lucy falls in love with Ted, an…
|埃利诺·鲍威尔 (Eleanor Powell)||饰||Nora Paige|
|詹姆斯·斯图尔特 (James Stewart)||饰||Ted Barker|
|弗吉尼亚·布鲁斯 (Virginia Bruce)||饰||Lucy James|
|尤娜·默克尔 (Una Merkel)||饰||Jenny Saks|
|Sid Silvers||饰||'Gunny' Saks|
The film's plot involves three submarine mates, Ted Barker (James Stewart), Gunny Saks (Sid Silvers), and Mush Tracy (Buddy Ebsen), arriving in New York City after four years at sea. The film opens as their sub reaches New York harbor with the sailors singing "Rolling Home." Featured in the number are Gunny, Mush, Ted and a quartet called The Foursome. As many of the sailors receive liberty, Gunny and Mush were denied shore leave until their Captain sends them to deliver a letter to Rear Admiral Stubbins. Nora Paige (Eleanor Powell), a singer and dancer, who has just lost out on a Broadway sho…
M*G*M's successor to "THE GREAT ZIEGFELD"
Screen's most amazing SPECTACLE
7 new COLE PORTER Song Hits
- 声音混合： Mono (Western Electric Sound System)
- 纵横比：1.37 : 1
|出品公司||米高梅电影公司 (presents) (controlled by Loew's Incorporated)|
|发行公司||Film AB Le Mat-Metro-Goldwyn (1937) (Theatrical) (Sweden)|
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- 埃利诺·鲍威尔 singing voice was dubbed by Marjorie Lane.
- The cop in Central Park (played by Reginald Gardiner) spoofs conductor Leopold Stokowski and incorporates his long hair and dramatic gestures.
- 科尔·波特 picked 詹姆斯·斯图尔特 for the male lead and later said he sang "Easy to Love" as well as any professional singer. A dubbing track was prepared with baritone Jack Owens, but it was decided that Stewart's tenor voice was perfect for the song. In That's Entertainment! (1974), Stewart said, "The song had become a huge hit, even my singing wouldn't hurt it."